EasyJet cheap flights to Romania and Austria

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EasyJet the low cost airline is helping overseas property buyers get to their properties in Austria and Romania with new cheap flights. From the 29 October 2007 Easyjet  will be flying from London Gatwick to Bucharest from only £24.99 single including tax, and from 14 October 2007 London Gatwick to Innsbruck from only £24.99.
With the Alps a snowball-throw away, you can cram plenty of fun into an Innsbruck city break. Admire Alpine blooms at Patscherkofel, Europe’s highest botanical garden, or for skiers and boarders head straight for Sellraintal in winter for fantastic skiing.
Romania’s capital Bucharest was founded in 1459 by Prince Vlad the Impaler, who later became the grisly inspiration for Bram Stoker’s blood-sucking vampire, Dracula. Visitors to the city with an interest in history as well as fiction can examine the spooky ruins of his Princely Palace.
Recent Real estate news in Bucharest includes that of a recent purchase of land worth 60 million Euros. BelRom, which is controlled by several Belgian investors, has signed a contract to take over a nine-hectare plot of land and its assets held by Helitube in the Colentina district of Bucharest.
Easyjet states that it keeps costs low by eliminating the unnecessary costs and ‘frills’ which characterise ‘traditional’ airlines. This is done in a number of ways including
  • Use of the Internet to reduce distribution costs
  • Ticketless travel
  • No free meals
  • Paperless operations
  • Informal company culture
  • Flat management structure eliminating layers of management






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